Hotel Stok

Address: Jawornik 52 A, Wisla, Southern Poland, 43-460, Poland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jawornik 52 A, Wisla.
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Travel Blogs from Wisla

Auschwitz part 1

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 18, 2014

12 photos

... humiliation enough. But then they shaved them all over, not just their heads but all over, with speed and blunt instruments.” The hair cloth has been analyzed and found to contain traces of hydrogen cyanide, the component in Zyklon B used to gas the women.

Everyone not ordered immediately into the gas chambers, wore a badge denoting them as Jews, political prisoners, criminals, Roma or gypsies, “anti-socials,” Soviet prisoners of ...

Day 12 - Auschwitz... On Our Way To Warsaw

A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 24, 2014

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... was divided in three major camps: Auschwitz I, the main camp or Stammlager; Auschwitz II or Birkenau, established on October 8th, 1941, as a 'Vernichtungslager' (extermination camp); Auschwitz III or Monowitz, established on May 31th, 1942, as an 'Arbeitslager' or work camp; also several sub-camps. There were up to seven gas chambers using Zyklon-B poison gas and 3 crematoria. Auschwitz II included a camp for new arrivals and those to be sent on to labor elsewhere; ...

Auschwitz-Birkenau

A travel blog entry by lamotl2014 on Apr 27, 2014

4 comments, 46 photos

... homosexuals, Polish and Soviet POW's, handicapped and Jehovah’s witnesses) – were murdered in these camps throughout the war years.

Birkenau – Birkenau, also known as 'Auschwitz II’ was opened in March of 1942 as an extermination center primarily for the Jews of Eastern Europe. Over 1 million Jews were systematically murdered in the ...

A few heavy days...

A travel blog entry by mpanzer on Jul 31, 2013

... again. She pointed out that the population of Roma (Gypsies) in Europe declined from 500K to 250K during WW2 and yet there are now 15 million in Europe today. Her point was that 15 million people still live without a homeland and could easily be targeted again. Very impactful!

Of course, the sights you see at Auschwitz really help you to understand the magnitude of what happened there. We saw rooms full of shoes, ...

An Intense Day

A travel blog entry by avelasco2013 on Jul 04, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

Today was an intense day. Today we toured the Auschwitz concentration camps. There are actually two different camps near the town of Auschwitz. (Actually, at one time there was a third smaller camp but it was bombed during the war and no longer exists). The original camp is the smaller of the two. It was formerly military barracks for the Polish army. But when the Germans invaded Poland, they took it over and turned it into a prisoner camp. The second ...